International Artexpo 2014, (New York)

 

THE EXHIBITION OF THE ARTEXPO NEW YORK 2014,  APRIL 4-6

For thirty-five years and counting, Artexpo has been changing the way people buy and sell art. Our annual, juried expo brings the biggest publishers, galleries and collectors face to face with hundreds of established and emerging artists. In short, we’re the world’s largest fine art marketplace.
•  This year, International Artexpo host over 400+ innovative exhibiting artists, galleries and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glass works and more—all under one roof at Pier 94.
•  Each year thousands of art industry insiders flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art and artists that will shape trends in galleries worldwide. Hosting more than 15,000 avid art enthusiasts annually, we’re the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers—including gallery owners and managers, art dealers, interior designers, architects, corporate art buyers and art & framing retailers.

 


Piers 92/94, a premier trade show and special event venue in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, 55th Street and the West Side Highway. Piers 92/94 is home to design oriented events such as The Artexpo New York, The Armory Show, Architectural Digest Home Design Show, The Pier Antiques Show and leading fashion shows during New York Fashion Week. The facility also regularly host parties and product launch events for groups ranging in size from small charitable foundations to Fortune 500 companies. No matter your event needs, Pier 92 and Pier 94 enjoy a prime location, as well as established prestige in the New York convention and special event landscape. 208,000 square feet of exhibit area make Piers 92/94 the second largest facility in New York City.


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1.  Artexpo New York 2014. The entry hall.

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Artexpo14-2 2.  Artexpo New York 2014. The major hall.

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Artexpo14-3 3. Artexpo New York 2014. The major hall.

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Artexpo14-44. Artexpo New York 2014. The major hall.

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Artexpo14-55. Artexpo New York 2014. The major hall.

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Artexpo14-66. Artexpo New York 2014. The major hall.

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Artexpo14-7 7.  Gallery pavilion. Progressive Fine Art, Ontario, Canada.

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Artexpo14-8 8. Gallery pavilion. Progressive Fine Art, Ontario, Canada.

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Artexpo14-99. Gallery pavilion. Progressive Fine Art, Ontario, Canada.

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Artexpo14-1010. Gallery pavilion.

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Artexpo14-1111. Gallery pavilion.

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Artexpo14-1212. Gallery pavilion. Square Gallery / Liquid Art System, Italy.

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Artexpo14-1313. Gallery pavilion. Square Gallery / Liquid Art System, Italy.

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Artexpo14-1414. Gallery pavilion. Square Gallery / Liquid Art System, Italy.

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Artexpo14-1515. Gallery pavilion. Nick Paciorek Fine Art, Providence, USA.

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Artexpo14-1716. Gallery pavilion. Nick Paciorek Fine Art, Providence, USA.

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Artexpo14-1617. Gallery pavilion. AVA Gallereia, Helsinki, Finland.

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Artexpo14-1818. Gallery pavilion. Exhibition.

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Artexpo14-1919. Gallery pavilion. Art discussion.

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Artexpo14-2020. Gallery pavilion. Exhibition.

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Artexpo14-2121. Gallery pavilion. Exhibition.

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Artexpo14-2222. Gallery pavilion. Mecenavie Gallery, Paris, France.

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Artexpo14-2323.  Gallery pavilion. Tatyana International Art, Houston, USA.

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Artexpo14-2424.  Gallery pavilion. Sammoun Fine Art, Brossard, Canada.

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Artexpo14-24525.  Gallery pavilion.

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Artexpo14-2626. Gallery pavilion.

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Artexpo14-2727. Gallery pavilion. Smart Publishing, Florida, USA.

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Artexpo14-2828. Solo pavilion. D.Kaligos, Virginia, USA.

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Artexpo14-2929. Solo pavilion. Robert Hartshorn, Ohio, USA.

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Artexpo14-3030. Solo pavilion. Beijing China Painting & Calligraphy Collector Ass., Beijing, China.

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Artexpo14-3131. Solo pavilion. Aleksandr Fayvisovich, New York, USA.

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Artexpo14-3232. Solo pavilion. Larisa Psaryova, Moscow, Russia.

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33. Artexpo New York 2014.

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34. Artexpo New York 2014.

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    • Donna Blanco
    • April 22nd, 2014

    Though not a nationalist, but an artist, advertising and promoting Russian Art at this time is more than insensitive.

    Why is NYC Art world separating bullying with sales?

    Ukraine is a rich culture and in this current climate – how can the Art world march forward into Russian Art promotions?

    It is not that there are not beautiful, good, intelligent artists within Russia, yet why is not these same artists not using the ‘art platform’ to bring attention to the disrespect and invasion of an autonomous land like Ukraine?

    Ai Wei Wei is a good example and I encourage artists from Russia to use the vehicle of art to do, as so many comedians do-speak, write, design and draw and be the ‘pressure release valve’ for this cultural anomalies within Russia and without.

    Sincerely.

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